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delayer

[di′lā·ər]
(materials)
A substance mixed with solid rocket propellants to decrease the rate of combustion.
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lt;p>Startup Delayer is a great tool that tells the startup programs you select to sit tight, be patient, and run a little later--after some of the traffic has cleared.
In the past three weeks I have read three articles in three prominent publications in which people were basically grouped as either/or - you are either a tortoise or a hare, a high delayer or a low delayer, or one of two men whose name begins with B.
His most recent novel is La neblina delayer ("The Fog of Yesterday") published in 2005.
If this makes the play sound like Hamlet--or like a particular version of Hamlet, the Romantic dreamer and delayer posited by Goethe and Coleridge--that would not be surprising; here too Beddoes is in advance of his critics.
Note that for this analysis, the second category, delayer, is the omitted category and thus the category to which others are compared.
I used a delayer * for a time, so that she would also enjoy it.
As we begin to delayer this pile of debris, it's possible we'll uncover something that will explain why there was such a big fire.
Counties in delayer and struggler states, because of an absence of commitment or a lack of capacity, should have higher levels of toxic releases.
The new structure will also delayer the Group's European organisation, and enable them to further capitalise on their purchasing power, property portfolio, engineering and other skills.
The Defense Finance and Accounting Agency was created in part reinvent, reengineer, restructure, downsize, and delayer the $250 billion financial management operation of the U.